Cliffs of Moher
Beginning in Doolin and rising to a height of over 200 metres the Cliffs of Moher are one of the most impressive sights in Europe. The usual viewing place is near O’Brien’s Tower where the cliffs are at their highest.
You can also explore the Cliff’s of Moher by taking one of Pat Sweeney’s famous guided walk from Doolin or take a cruise along the cliffs.
Doolin Cliff Walks with Pat Sweeney
Join the amazing Pat Sweeney on a walk along the cliffs from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, for a unique experience of the breathtaking rural beauty of this part of the World.
With the green fields of the local farmers on one side and the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean on the other, this spectacular walk, led by one of these local farmers is a must if you are visiting the west coast of Ireland along The Wild Atlantic Way.
Cliffs of Moher Cruise
Discover the majestic beauty of this Wild Atlantic Way gem from sea level, a truly incredible, unforgettable experience. The Cruises leave from Doolin Pier, only 5 minutes away from Daly’s House.
Look out for everyone’s favourite, the Atlantic Puffins, and also the famous sea cave that featured in the Harry Potter movie the Half-Blood Prince.
The Burren, derived from gaelic meaning ‘stony place’, is a limestone landscape like no other in Ireland. Described by some as a “moonscape” and by others at “the fertile rock” it has a wealth of archeological sites. Doolin is an ideal base for touring the burren region.
The Aran Islands
Ferries to the Aran Islands leave from Doolin Pier which is only a short drive from Daly’s House.
Discover Inis Oírr, Inis Meain and Inis Mór, three magical islands with amazing landscapes & history.
Traditional Music Sessions
Experience the magical atmosphere of Doolin’s pubs when traditional music sessions are in full flight. Tunes, songs and stories in a friendly atmosphere is the perfect way to spend your evenings in Doolin.
Doolin Cave is one of Europe’s most compelling cave attractions. See “The Great Stalactite”, the world’s third largest stalactite, in easily accessible cave.
Make sure to also walk to Nature Trail around the cave and the delicious goodies at Doolin Cave’s Café.
Horse riding is available locally at Mountain View Horse Riding Centre, only 15 mins from Daly’s House B&B.
Treks of various lengths available with spectacular views of the Burren.
Golf and Pitch & Putt
Doolin offers one of Ireland’s most beautiful Pitch & Putt course with stunning views over the Cliffs of Moher and it is only 5 mins from Daly’s House B&B.
For more avid golfers, Lahinch top course is only 15 mins away from our house.
Clare offers some of the best surfing conditions in the world. There is a monster wave at “Aill Na Searrach” under the Cliffs of Moher.
There is gentler surfing at Lahinch and Fanore beaches and great surf schools. A great way to connect with the Atlantic Ocean and do a fun activity!
A great way to enjoy all the sights in the Burren but also the Aran Islands. There are many cycling routes available.
Cycling tours available or simply rent a bike in Doolin to explore the area by yourself.
Restaurants & Burren Food Trail
There are many fantastic restaurants, cafés and food producers in our area. We will be happy to give you recommendations on how to enjoy the best food the burren has to offer, from award-winning seafood to locally produced chocolate, ice creams, beef, lamb, smoked salmon, cheeses, etc.